30-40 in. - Shiny, purple-burgundy foliage is more rich and the darkest of all Millets. Slightly darker than Purple Majesty, the leaves are shorter and wider. The young plants are green at first at the stem and mid-rib begin to develop the purple color as they mature and are better branched at the base. Add a dramatic, contrasting vertical punch to beds of lavender, pastel pink and white blooming annuals. With its full, thick massive habit, birds flock to the large flower spikes right up until frost.